Lordship Title of Milton or Milton Bryan ID14068

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The manor of MILTON—later known as MILTON BRYAN or MILTON BRYAN—was held by Anti, a house carl of Earl Algar before the Conquest, and in 1086 consisted of 6 hides, forming part of the fief of Hugh de Beauchamp. It was afterwards held of the barony of Bedford for the services due from one knight's fee, and on the division of the Beauchamp lands the overlordship passed to the Mowbrays, Dukes of Norfolk. The last mention of their rights in Milton Bryant occurs in 1470.
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